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Organizers of this weekend’s Brewer Spring Boat Show — created specifically for the used-boat seller and buyer — announced prize packages for this year’s giveaway.

The prizes are a test-ride for four on the Brewer Boat Club’s newest vessel, a 2013 Sea Ray 240, as well as a sunset cruise on the former America’s Cup training vessel Stars & Stripes.

This year’s giveaway will have both online and in-person components at the Brewer Pilots Point Marina show. The online giveaway began Monday and will run through Friday. Sign-up is available at Brewer Yacht Sales’ Facebook page.

The in-person giveaway will held on Saturday and Sunday at the Pilots Point Marina location in Westbrook, Conn. Winners of the online and in-person contests will be announced at the end of the show on Sunday.

The show is held at two locations of the New England-based boatyard chain: in Westbrook, Conn., and Warwick, R.I.

Follow the Brewer Spring Boat Show on Twitter at @breweryacht for up-to-the minute show updates.

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